The Little Prince - Chapter XXIV Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XXIV Summary

The pilot has been listening to the prince tell of his meetings with the various characters he has encountered. When the story of the merchant ends, the pilot is drinking the last of his water supply. He has not repaired his engine and he is beginning to worry about his fate. The little prince says he is also thirsty and reminds the pilot of the wisdom imparted to him by his friend, the fox. He tells the pilot that the beauty of the desert in is the well that cannot be seen. And so the two of them begin to walk in search of the well. The following morning, they find one.

Chapter XXIV Analysis

This chapter furthers the relationship between the pilot and the little prince. At first, the pilot is focused on what he does not have: water and...

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